Sorry to hear you've been having trouble with the language pack. I assume
you are installing it on a non-Windows machine? We used the new
InstallShield program to create the language pack installer, and it seems
to have a few problems on non-Windows platforms which we hope will be
sorted out soon.
The language pack has an installer because adding the language interfaces
isn't quite as simple as unpacking some files -- you also need to edit the
Greenstone main.cfg file to register the language, list its macrofiles, and
possibly register encodings.
All the language interfaces are always available from CVS, or I can easily
create a tar file containing them if you would prefer. (You'll need to edit
the main.cfg file manually to install them, however.)
All the best,
Doug Carter wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've trying been trying for several days to get the language pack
> installed, but am having trouble with the installer. Regardless of
> options, it won't run. It will always reports:
> This application requires a Java Run Time Environment (JRE) to run.
> Searching for one on your computer was not successful. Please use
> the command line switch -is:javahome to specify a valid JRE. For more
> help use the option -is:help.
> Is there some reason why this has to be run via a GUI? Is there a
> tar archive of the files somewhere?
> Doug Carter
> Mercy Corps
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